>From: Jason L Tibbitts III <email@example.com>
>Date: 16 Dec 1998 12:27:46 -0600
>>>>>> "AHK" == Adam H Kerman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>AHK> That's right; it's one of those mysterious bugs in the list server
>AHK> code that when a list member replies to a message with the author's
>AHK> name on the To and the list-posting-address on the Cc, the original
>AHK> author gets two copies.
>Ummm, there is absolutely no bug here.
Jeeze. What's the fun in being sarcastic if I have to point it out? If you
recall, I was responding to Michael's response in which he (a Pine user) Cc'ed
me and blamed it on the list owner of majordomo-users!
>AHK> You folks working on the Majordomo 2 project: You are going to correct
>AHK> that behavior immediately, right?
>Well, we of course can't control the message that the user sends, as that
>doesn't go through Majordomo at all. There is a feature that lets each
>list member decide if they would like the list server to _not_ send them a
>copy if they're already in the To: or CC: lists. However, by doing this
>that person doesn't get a copy of things that the list server adds, like
>fronters, footers, additional headers, sequence numbers, subject prefixes,
>reply-to: headers, MIME part recoding or elimination, and bounce probing.
>To get this, you just do:
>set list-name eliminatecc
Well, that's a cool feature. It's too bad this list is still running on
Majordomo 1.96 so I could set it.
Even Jason Cc'ed me! Aargh. And he's not even a pine user.